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a lot of people have questions with religion, and certainly none of us knows for sure what happens, you know, after we pass. and there's a strangeness about sending your child first. i kind of feel like i have to take my own chances when the time comes, and i do that on my own terms. and i'm willing to accept the unknown for myself, but when you have to send someone first, it's harder to swallow. >> i was happy we had carried anthony. that meant a lot to me. >> mm-hmm. >> i didn't really want anyone to do it except the two of us. i was glad we did that. we decided at the cemetery, right then, that we would lower him with our fathers. >> yeah. yeah. >> for me it wasn't, it wasn't as difficult as, like, taking his body from the house, putting it in the car or closing the casket. i think for me, once the casket was closed, that parwas osed and i kept focusing on the fact that the part of him that wasn't just his body was really gone. so, at that point for me it was, you know, his precious remains, you know, a place i like to go back to, but not him. so, there's the missing of him, knowing
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